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YEAR ' S EVENTS The Low Seven initiation gave the spring term a grand start. Kangaroo Court took care of a few un- cooperative Low Sevens and those who scrubbed when they weren’t in the High Nine. A week later the Girls ' League had the first noon dance of the term honoring the Low Sevens. The following Friday the Mississippians came to entertain us. They sang Negro spirituals and folk songs. On February 8, the Girls ' League again honored the Low Seven girls. This time it was a big sister party. The next event of the term was the Founders ' Day dinner, February 13. The following noon the Y-teens presented a marvelous cookie and candy sale. A fashion show was the event of the next day. The girls modeled darling clothes from Simplicity patterns. To celebrate the birthdays of great men and women born in January and February, " A February Birthday Party " was given by a group of High Nine students in assembly on February 21. A free movie was put on, February 29, for all student body card holders. The whole audience enjoyed the show. The Girls ' League presented the first night dance for the semester, the Leap Year Hop, Friday eve- ning, February 29. Girls ask boys! The Saturday Knights played at intervals for it. An interesting conservation film was given at assembly, March 7. The next Friday the Rally committee sponsored an afterschool dance. This active group gave another dance at noon March 26. Scholarship awards were made March 28, at a double assembly. April 4, was the date for the second night dance. The Eighth An- nual Ra ' ly Dance was a bright one. The Girls ' League again stepped in to sponsor a noon dance, April 16. The glee clubs, orchestra and band combined to produce a beautiful Spring Concert on April 24. The first Student Council meeting, April 25, discussed and decided that the theme for Spring Day would be a circus. Every class turned out interesting and different displays for Open House on May I. There were many, many parents and friends interested in the work. The next day an afterschool dance was given by the Rally Committee. The State Music Festival was May 2. The band and orchestra each entered and received ratings of " ex- cellent. " Spring Day was the climax of the semester. The ceremony of crowning Nancy Page and Bruce Rogers as queen and king was the highlight of the day. There were costumes galore and such ingeni- ous creations. Track and variety shows were ap- plauded by all. The High-Nine dinner dance was on June 6. Graduation on June I 3 was a perfect ending to a successful spring term. 9
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HIGH NINE HOROSCOPE Name Noted For Pet Peeve Ambition Fate Deanna O ' Neal Nancy Page Bill Park Herman Pecot Louise Phillips Roger Plumb Charles Ramos Audrey Ray Vivian Ray Lois Jean Reiche Bertha Rochelle Bruce Rogers Margaret Rosenberg Billy Ruddy Eddy Ruddv Lorelei Rupert Pat Rylee Eddie Samuel ... Marie Sanchez Edward Sandner Joan Sarkela Carole Saunders Bennie Smith Herschel Snodgrass.. Andrea Sparling Barbara Spencer. Cecelia Spencer James Sperry Dorothy Stanley Sonia Steele Margo Stoops Bill Stricklin Joyce Stuenkel Mary Styles.. Anna Sumlin Warren Sumlin Alice Taylor Phil Taylor Shirley Thomas Skipp Thomsen.. Billy Joe Til I is Nathaniel Tillis Quentin Todd. Stephen Traynor Ted Vaughn. George Vazquez Donald Vetter Janice Wagner Margaret Ward David White Eddie Wiley Don Wonder Raymond Wright Howard Young... French verbs irregular verbs.. Al other beys basketball flat ball... stubbornness homework .quietness .. noise .scientific mind gym... .curly black hair dandruff doing the " bop " no place to do it talking. .. no one to talk to persistence.. resistance . constant talking... quiet people thinking about Caroline. " Wake up " . " Margie " " Hey, shortie " horsing off no horse.... .curly hair.... . ..butch haircut .henna rinse Vee Garcia .personality.. bad grades " sleepy " .. teachers .soft voice.. harsh voices.. .long hair barbers .little brother.. " Hi, sister! " singer sore throat .grin... frown clarinet ..broken reeds those Cal boys no Cal boys. drawings no art paper. .smile... " Honey " younger brother Bruce " A " student dummies .temper nagging people .Spanish whiz.... Bur-r-ro! .clever comments.. teachers ' comments. noisy type quiet people .dramatics ...no stage. .Nat Frankenstein " ha, ha, ha " " Quiet! " .bugle " Quiet out there " .... . girls no girls .Spanish fizz room 2 1 0.... .Latin?.. ..hard tests " nuthin ' much " Get to work " — dramatics " hams " little rogue school .fights... experienced boxers. ..size short people .girls girls wiih no phones ..snappiest S.C Mike Mahoney ..quiet girl " Hi, Janice " . musician. .. no Diano . " I ' ll tell ya " " Go ahead! " .... ..art no paint ..stomach . . .. " fatso " ..bass sax flute ..rally hat Girls ' League hat.... " A " two more years first string. umpi re.... the " quiet hour " ... scientist barber dance hall someone to talk to Gerald Millward... teacher.... Caroline charm school .cartoonist .Gorgeous George. .James Watt .good grades .play school bubble blower pigtails no Mike Dinah Shore smile hot trumpet. Yale men . Rembrandt.. school teacher no Bruce. . Nobel prize psychiatrist Russian interpreter Groucho Marx circus barker Shakespearian actress. .Tony Curtis vacation Army bugle corps harem . elsewhere... away from 1 09 . " somethin ' . ice cream vender. . big rogue.... . Ray Robinson midget. bachelor?. too sergeant ..old maid . Carnegie Hall .big shot . master painter more food . hot sax B.H.S. rally boy... Slovakian verbs marriage mascot batbov Spike Jones kindergarten teacher peroxide manufacturer clothes closet movie usher Billy Ruddy auctioneer that blonde " Mighty Margie " cartoon " baldy " Don Wonder no grades Yale megaphone crewcut " Your cute brother " Johnny Ray poker face harp kindergarten kids Fred Dutt married? more little brothers Dumbell prize airline hostess Texas drawl Harpo Marx libra rian " big top " The Thing university professor ballet dancer bachelor after school Latin teacher pres, of girls ' college television supreme court no opoonents wrestler bigamist K.P. night club honky-tonk office boy photographer skinny? soprano chess club
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LOW NINES Marvin Ackers Peter Ambler Creston Bastin Barbara Boyce Alice Braxton Donald Brown Billie Jean Carter Ralph Cross Camille Cunningham Celeste Dean Barry Eaton Kiyoshi Endow Mary Fittinghoff Paul Fitzgibbon Sandra Fleischer Don Furuzawa James Greenwood Robert Harris Clinton Hilliard Sonja Hoff Patricia Holland Joanne Holmes Carol Ivey Adam Joseph Tanya Johnson Sandy Kaya Richard Mclntire Fred Nakamura Donna Jean Parker Robin Rich Sandy Robertson Dorothy Schafer Ruth Simmons Jerry Slagle Myron Smith Frances Standberry Lawrence Stewart James Stewart James Takefuji Allen Thomas Grove Thomas Karen Trice Mitsuki Tsuchida Myrtle Turner Louise Willis Rosealeigh Wilson Gary Wood Linda Wood Howard Yamamoto Gary Yates Fukuyo Yoshimo CAMERA SHY Luvell Benford Elma Lervold 10
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